New Wilhelmsen Office in Russian Baltic Port

Wednesday, February 03, 2010

Wilhelmsen Ships Service has opened an office on the port of Primorsk on the Russian Baltic Sea. The company started providing its broad range of ships agency services there in December 2009, supplying first MT Atalandi, which sailed on Dec. 16, and then MT Atlas Voyager, which sailed on Dec. 20. Since then Wilhelmsen Ships Service has consistently provided to other vessels visiting the port.

Primorsk Oil terminal is the final point of the Baltic Pipeline System operated by the state entity Transneft. At present, up to 65 million tons of crude oil are shipped out of the port annually, with oil delivered from the Timano-Pechorskoye oil field as well as from various fields of West Siberia and the Urals.

(www.wilhelmsen.com/shipsservice)
 

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